Top Vietnamese Food Restaurants in Singapore

top vietnamese food restaurants in singapore

Vietnamese Food has been gaining attention around the world as an extremely healthy dining option, full of vegetables and earthy goodness. Spring rolls and bread rolls are best known.

The Vietnamese adore noodles. Vietnamese noodles are made from a few basic ingredients, the most common being rice, wheat and mung beans, and noodles are the highlight of Vietnamese meals.

Soy sauce, black pepper, hot chili, coconut milk, limes, lemon grass, tamarind and cane sugar, supplemented by asparagus and potatoes, from French influence is popular in Vietnamese meals.

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Stir-frying using a wok and chopsticks is common. Banh Mi is a Vietnamese baguette stuffed with any of a wide variety of fillings including ham, cheese, canned sardines, Vietnamese bologna and pickled carrot.

Bo Kho is beef-and-vegetable stew, usually accompanied by baguettes. Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup, usually served with beef (phở bò) or chicken (phở gà).

Pho is considered the most popular dish in Vietnam. It is served both at restaurants and in family home-cooked meals, eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This famous dish is basically rice noodle soup but the broth is seasoned in a very unique way that appeals to nearly everyone.

The soup includes noodles made from rice and is often served with Vietnamese basil, mint leaves, lime, and bean sprouts that are added to the soup by the person who is dining. Buncha is Vietnamese Pork Meatball and Noodle Salad. Nem Nuong Xa is grilled meat on lemongrass skewers. Goi Cuon are “summer rolls”: shrimp or pork with herbs, rolled up in rice paper and served cold with a peanut dipping sauce.

Unlike some other dishes in Southeast Asia that will scorch your tongues with spiciness, such as Tom Yum in Thailand, Sambal in Indonesia or Vindaloo Curry in India, Vietnamese cuisine is not focused on being spicy to the max.

Instead, the goal is to balance all of the five taste types of sweet, salty, bitter, sour and spicy. This results in a more balanced, aromatic and nuanced dish with a layered flavor – perhaps with slight tinge of spice but never overtly spicy or excessively spicy.

Unlike Burmese cooking or Indian cooking, cooking in Vietnam is done with minimal use of oil and dairy and relies more on the light, fresh flavors of herbs and vegetables. Hence, Vietnamese cuisine is regarded as one of the healthiest cuisines in the world.

Some of the yummy aromatic herbs that are commonly used include mint, cilantro, basil, lime leaf, lemongrass, green onion, perilla leaf, turmeric, ginger, Saigon cinnamon and tamarind pulp.

No other cuisine in Southeast Asia has such strong French influence. While the end of French colonial rule was 60 years ago in Vietnam, you can still taste French culture imprinted in every crispy baguette. The perfect banh mi baguette is fluffy, tender on the inside and crusty on the outside, is filled up with pate and complemented with lots of fresh cucumber, meat, fried egg and vegetables.

About Vietnamese Food Restaurants in Singapore

There is a range of Vietnamese Food Restaurants locally, which is divided between fine dining and the more accessible and down-to-earth Vietnamese joints with simpler, every day Vietnamese dishes.

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Examples of fine dining are The Sampan at Boat Quay, Coriander Leaf at CHIJMES, White Rose Café at York Hotel, Paper Rice Vietnamese Kitchen at Changi City Point, Cao Vietnamese Cuisine at Liang Seah Street.

More accessible joints are So Pho Ion Orchard, Comnan Raffles City, Pho Street Centrepoint, Greyhound Café at Paragon Orchard, Super Ngon Vietnamese Café, Lavender, Long Phung Vietnamese at Joo Chiat, Mrs Pho at Beach Road, Saigon Alley at Thomson Road, Moc Quan an UE Shopping Mall, Little Saigon at Clarke Quay, Lang Nuong Vietnam at Foch Road, Pho Stop at Tanjong Pagar, Yummy Viet at Smith street, Madam Saigon, Millenia Walk, Tonkin Café at Paya Lebar.

Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Que

Specialty

Que is a quick concept food kiosk selling authentic Vietnamese food. Que has evolved from a coffeeshop stall to a food kiosk at Somerset. They hope to bring the true taste of Vietnam to locals. Que means hometown in Vietnamese. They serve beef pho and banh mi, bun cha affordably.


Menu Offer:

  • Beef pho
  • banh mi
  • bun cha
  • spring roll
  • moo ping
Pricing

From $2.50 to $11.50 per dish

Website

https://que.sg/

Address

111 Somerset Road, #01-K10 Singapore 238164

Telephone

+65 8409 0647
Operating Hours

Mon – Sat : 11.30AM – 7:30pm

Sun: 11:30-2pm

Satisfied Customer
  • Samuel Swee
  • Yean Ling Yong
  • Tarcisus Ho
  • Wee Siong Ang
  • Shujing Zhang

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Review

” I had the Grilled Pork Noodles with Spring Roll ($6.90). This was a decent meal. The sauce was mildly sweet. The spring roll was delicious, but the fillings were a little sparse. The grilled pork was very well marinated, and I enjoyed every bite of it. I just wished there were more herbs inside this bowl of noodles, and it would remind me of my time in Vietnam.” — Samuel Swee


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Fat Saigon Boy

Specialty

At Science Park Drive, Fat Saigon Boy dishes out piping hot bowls of Vietnamese fare. Tasty, scrumptious, their cuisine is made with fresh herbs and all-natural ingredients. Try their Australian-inspired Vietnamese offerings or try their sweet desserts. They serve hearty, authentic, tasty Vietnamese cuisine. Banh mi, beef pho is affordable.
Services: Prawn rice rolls, banh mi, fat pho, coffee trifle, corn fritters

Pricing

From $6 to $13 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/FatSaigonBoy/

Address

2 Science Park Dr, Singapore 118222

Telephone 

6221 6784

Operating Hours

11 am to 3 pm

Client

Melisa, Alex Chin, Laurence Foo, Geoff Holmes, Randy Ngatimin

Review 1

Melisa
Local Guide ・117 reviews

a month ago
My favourite Vietnamese place! So grateful to have this at the office building. Great service! My favourite is their bun cha! The Vietnamese coffee is also great!


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Lang Nuong Vietnam

Specialty

 Lang Nuong Vietnam means Vietnam BBQ/Grill Village. They are the first traditional Vietnamese BBQ restaurant located at 18 Foch Road along Jalan Besar. They serve delicious Vietnamese BBQ in their street styled concept restaurant. Customers will experience first-hand the famous Vietnamese “street-food” charcoal-barbequed gourmet meat, sauce that are mainly Vietnamese.
Services: Beef stew, Banh mi, spring roll, peacock clam, sea snails

Pricing

$8 to $18 for single dish

Website

http://www.langnuongvietnam.com/
Address

18 Foch Rd, Singapore 209260

Telephone

9235 3548

Operating Hours

11 am to 2 am

Client

Nina Duong, Hoa anna,Jim Tan, Kseniaa Torshilova, Anto Setiadi

Review 1

Nina Duong
1 review

4 weeks ago
So happy to stomp on this gem! One of a few places in Singapore that has so many varieties of authentic Vietnamese food (especially snail dishes ). I came here at night, so it was quite nice and chill. Grilled dishes and snails are seasoned well even though slightly on the pricier side. The lady owner is so sweet and friendly. Amazing job for constantly trying to improve the food standard and overall experience! Will come back again and recommend to friends.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

The Sampan

Specialty

The Sampan at Boat Quay draws inspirations from cuisine in Asia, both food and beverages here exude a strong deal of pan Asian flavors and characters. The Sampan’s version Pork and Chicken Choi Bao ($3.50/pc) tastes like Vietnamese roll. Blue Swimmer Crab, Pomelo Salad ($14) tastes like Vietnamese crab salad.
Services: Spring rolls, Sesame chicken salad, mixed beans salad, beef rump noodles, meatball bakso noodles

Pricing

$4 to $26 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/thesampansg/
Address

63 Boat Quay, Singapore 049851

Telephone

6732 1698

Operating Hours

11.30 am to 12 am

Client

TB Foo, Jasmine Koh, Taksashi Kato, purple taste, Hannah Luckhurst

Review 1

TB Foo
Local Guide ・186 reviews

a year ago
The staff is so friendly to introduce the surrounding environment. It a very nice place to hold the event or business meeting with business partners. Nice view of Singapore River when you are looking over at 2nd floor.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Little Vietnam

Specialty

Grandlink Square, a small shopping centre, residential complex at the end of Guillemard Road, is unassuming. Little Vietnam Restaurant and Cafe, however, draws crowds. Spring rolls amaze. Dishes include chao tom ($5), goi ngo sen ($6), salad. Also, deep-fried quail ($15), cockles ($6) , chicken, beef pho ( $6 ).
Services: Spring roll, chao tom, deep-fried quail, banh mi, beef pho

Pricing

$2 to $17 per dish

Website

https://littlevietnamsg.weebly.com/menu.html

Address

 511 Guillemard Road #01-25, Grandlink Square, 399849

Telephone

6547 8587

Operating Hours

11.30 am to 11pm

Client

Tony Chan, Matt Yoshida, Desmond Kiang, Christine Sou, Sarah Chiang

Review 1

Tony Chan
Local Guide ・96 reviews

2 weeks ago
Great prices for the quality of food. Came during phase two where everything is done through QR codes.

Food: got the bun Bo hue and was pretty good after you add the calamansi and Chili’s for extra sour and spice. Also ordered the Bun Cha (pork chop) which was pretty good and tasted fresh though I wish there was more pork in the dish.

Ambiance:
Sat outside by the river and it had a nice breeze. Didn’t think I could eat noodle soup outside in Singapore but it worked well.

Service:
Wasn’t great but understandable because of short staff and public holiday. People just need to be a bit more patient these days and be more understanding.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Long Phung Restaurant

Specialty

Long Phung in Joo Chiat is famous for authentic, classic, tasty Vietnamese food. The menu consists of the usual pho and rice at $8 to $9. But they also have others: tilapia hotpot, quail, seasnail. The pho dat biet has rich ingredients: beef balls, beef slices, beef tendons, very tasty.
Services: banh canh tom, bun mam, bun cha tom, chao tom, pho tai
Pricing

$8 to $42 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/Long-Phung-Vietnamese-Restaurant-358263040910561/
Address

159 Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427436

Telephone

6440 6959

Operating Hours

12pm to 11pm

Client

Henry Loh, Ruirui Lala, Lyn Seah, Ben Wong, Adrian Sim

Review 1

Henry Loh
Local Guide ・10 reviews

3 weeks ago
Went during weekend lunch hours and queued for approximately 15 minutes. The queue got longer after we went in. Restaurant is relatively small and packed, so waiting time has got nothing to do with social distancing measures.

Ordered a green mango salad (S$8.50), fried spring (S$8 for 4) and a grilled pork rice noodles with a fried spring roll (S$9.90). Food was served relatively fast and serving size is decent.

Restaurant accepts cash only. Though they do have a SG QR Code which I didn’t manage to try.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Co Hai Banh Mi

Specialty

Cô Hai Bánh Mì is a top destination for authentic Vietnam street food. It is an old eatery best known for banh mi. Try the signature Co Hai baguette, containing a combination of ham, pork belly, pork floss and pâté, or mixed vegetables option, a bun with tofu, avocado, mushrooms.
Services: Spring rolls, beef stew noodle, banh mi, satay, seafood hot pot

Pricing

$5.50 to $35 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/cohaibanhmii/

Address

359 Beach Rd Singapore 199575, Beach Rd, 199575

Telephone

6291 6435

Operating Hours

11 am to 9pm

Client

Dan Liu,Hieu Le,Vanessa Liew,Mike,Ngoc Anh

Review 1

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Local Guide ・15 reviews

a week ago
I paused before this store standing in silent contrast to the the busy road that rushes by it. What caught my attention was that clearly Vietnamese food was served here—cuisine uncommon-place in these parts.


Vietnamese Food Restaurants

Nam Nam

Specialty

NamNam was formed in 2011 in partnership with Chef-Owner Nam Quoc Nguyen to present iconic street favorites of Vietnam in a modern, vibrant setting. There are 12 types of famous Pho with beef or chicken stock and the French-inspired savoury baguettes, or Banh Mi. Order tasty Snacks, desserts, Vietnamese coffee.
Services: Chicken pho, Australian Beef pho, Wagyu beef pho, cold cuts banh mi, pork belly bahn mi

Pricing

$5.90 to $25.90 per dish

Website

https://namnam.net/menus/singapore-menu/
Address

501 Orchard Road #B2-02, Wheelock Place, Singapore 238880

Telephone

6735 1488

Operating Hours

10 am to 10 pm

Review 1

Yoong Daren
Local Guide ・100 reviews

a year ago
Nam Nam is a decent Vietnamese restaurant serving Pho and Vietnamese sandwiches. This outlet is located at the basement level of Wheelock Place and you’re usually able to walk-in to get a table. You pay for orders at the cashier first before receiving your food. I come here regularly and enjoy the quick meals here.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Pho Street

Specialty

Pho Street offers a tantalizing, authentic Vietnamese Street delights from iconic Pho selections, an array of street snacks to crusty Banh Mi. Pho Street imports pho noodles from Vietnam, with rich beef pho broth stewed 8 hours and homemade beef balls, the beef pho tantalizes. Order beef combination, beef shank.
Services: Beef pho, beef combination, chicken pho, pork vermicelli, banh mi

Pricing

$3.50 to $9.90 per dish

Website

http://www.phostreet.com.sg/

Address

176A Orchard Rd, #B1-14, Singapore 238844

Telephone

6887 8300

Operating Hours

11.30am to 10pm

Review 1

Zheng Whye Hui

Local Guide ・192 reviews

 

 a year ago

Wow. It’s so tasty I finished every single drop of soup and crumbs.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Mrs Pho

Specialty

Mrs Pho crowns Mothers as the best Vietnamese cooks. They serve authentic, traditional Vietnamese food. Just like how Mothers used to cook. It is upon this ideal that they built their restaurant, a place where food tastes as authentic as home-cooked Mother’s meals. Beef / chicken pho, spring rolls amaze.
Services: Beef pho, chicken pho, spring rolls, cockles, prawn salad

Pricing

From $5 to $16 a dish

Website

https://mrspho.com/about/
Address

349 Beach Rd, Singapore 199570

Telephone

6292 0018

Operating Hours

11 am to 10pm

Review 1

陳思敏
9 reviews

6 days ago
Decent pho with good portion of semi-tough beef. Cashier with an attitude. Not ideal for people who want to stay and talk.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Bami Express

Specialty

Bami Express offers terrific bánh mì. They bake bread on-site. The bread is light, airy, and crisp. They use pâté inside, increasing flavour. Sliced chili peppers also enhance taste. Fish and chicken banh mi is reasonably priced at $5 per sandwich. This store makes fresh baguette, cracking with crispy crust.
Services: Banh mi Saigon, fish banh mi, chicken banh mi, egg banh mi, meatball banh mi

Pricing

$5 a sandwich

Website

https://www.facebook.com/bamisingapore/
Address#02-02 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Blk 1, Singapore 082001

Telephone

6443 3079

Operating Hours

10.30 am to 3pm

Review 1

Alexander Yeung
1 review

a week ago
Great banh mi, great price, authentic taste. Iced coffee could be sweeter but personal preference


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Cao Ba Quan

Specialty

Cao Ba Quan offers great, authentic Vietnamese food, reasonably priced, in good variety. Beef pho soup is tasty and beef slices tender. The tamarind drink, Mango salad are authentic. The spring rolls are tasty. Noodle with Fried Tofu & Shrimp Paste ( Bún đậu Mắm Tôm) is tasty and authentic.
Services: Vietnamese crepe, spicy beef noodle, beef pho, banh mi, mixed beef pho
Pricing$6.80 to $9.90 per dish

Website

https://co-ba-quan-singapore.business.site/#summary
Address21 Smith Street, Singapore 058936

Telephone

8126 9418

Operating Hours

11 am to 9pm

Client

Chelsea Ngyuen, Nishan Nair, Giang Do, Yeow Margaret, Johannes Rummel

Review 1

Chelsea Nguyen
10 reviews

4 weeks ago
Pretty authentic food I would say. Bun bo hue and canh chua (recommend to have it with rice) are sooo good, perfect for a raining day. Hu tieu kho is disappointing though as they don’t use the original rice noodle. Overall is pretty good, very good service!


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Pho Stop

Specialty

Pho Stop offers traditional Vietnamese fare in Shenton Way. Pho Stop is opened by Bryan, who wanted to bring Vietnamese cuisine here. He spent time in Vietnam, learning about their culture, and food recipes with a local twist. Pho Dac Biet ($13.50), has rib eye beef slices, meatballs, noodles, herbs.
Services: Chicken salad, spring rolls, chicken pho, beef pho, beef balls pho
Pricing$6.40 to $13.90 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/PhoStop/
Address6A Shenton Way #02-28, Downtown Gallery Singapore 068815

Telephone

9847 7269

Operating Hours

11 am to 7.30 pm

Client

Corinne Bianca, Crystal H, Joshua Lee, Yingying, Jonas Kwok

Review 1

Corinne Bianca
10 reviews

2 months ago
Takeaway orders are always packed neatly with no mess! soup broth is separate from noodles- although, I feel noodle portion is too generous and there is no order option for “less noodles”


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Lucky Saigon

Specialty

Lucky Saigon provides authentic Vietnamese fare at North Canal Road. The Beef Pho impresses, as do Vietnamese soup noodles: Bun Bo Hue and Bun Rieu. They serve authentic tasting pho. The beef is tender, not tough. The soup is broth rich, noodles, springy. Bun Bo Hue is spicy noodle soup.
Services: Coffee with milk, beef pho, bun bo hue, bun rieu, shrimp noodle
Pricing$4.90 to $9.90 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/luckysaigonrestaurant/
Address17 North Canal Rd, 2nd Floor, Singapore 048829

Telephone

6532 3363

Operating Hours

10 am to 11pm

Clients

Teng Yik Ng, Jerome Tan, Eric Chan, Teck Han Lim, Dafne Kiyui

Review 1

Teng Yik Ng
Local Guide ・278 reviews

5 months ago
Went on Saturday 2pm, there wasn’t many people and the ambience is great. So peaceful! the food was nice, so homey. the overall dining experience is excellent!


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Sandwich Saigon Cafe

Specialty

Sandwich Saigon was partly founded by Vietnamese born Kelly Nguyen, whose family operates a bánh mì factory in Vietnam. They bake banh mi in-house from 5am daily. The banh mi amazes. Beef Pho is a hearty bowl of noodles, vegetables, beef brisket, beef sirloin, beef meat balls, with great taste.
Services: Beef Pho, Spring rolls, banh mi, meatball banh mi, banh mi Saigon
Pricing$3.50 to $15.90 per dish

Website

https://www.sandwichsaigon.com/Meals.html
Address93 East Coast Rd, Singapore 428792

Telephone

6345 3849

Operating Hours

11.30 am to 3pm, 5pm to 10pm

Clients

Mary Lamb, Sonia Tandon, Hue Tran, WEI HUANG, Shirley Sy, Nicholas Ng

Review 1

Mary Lamb
13 reviews

a month ago
One of the best Vietnamese restaurants I’ve been to in Singapore. I frequent there mainly for their sandwiches which are golden and crisp on the outside and soft, warm and succulent on the inside. I highly recommend the spicy pork sausage sandwich and any of their pho noodle bowls! You won’t be disappointed.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Pho 99 Vietnamese Delight

Specialty

Pho 99 serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine at Amoy Street. You can also find Trung Nguyen Vietnamese drip coffee here. The piping hot Pho with sliced beef and meatballs is authentic Vietnamese. Bun Thit Nuong consists of cold rice vermicelli mixed with fresh vegetables and topped with grilled/ bbq pork chop.
Services: Pho Tai, Bun Cha Gio, Beef Pho, spring roll, chicken pho
Pricing$7 to $10.50 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Pho-Restaurant/Pho-99-Vietnamese-Delight-Telok-Ayer-Street-401082243277597/
Address57/58 Amoy St, Singapore 069883

Telephone

6410 9600

Operating Hours

10 am to 9pm

Client

Lynn Gwynie, Kin Chong Wong, Jiale Seah, Nicholas Ng, Peter W.

Review 1

Lynn Gwynie
Local Guide ・74 reviews

3 weeks ago
The beef is so tender and soft to bite! A lot of sauce is provided so we can adjust the taste to our liking. The spring roll is generously filled with ingredient too. On top of that it’s not very expensive. Overall it’s a place worth visiting!


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Uncle Ho Tuckshop

Specialty

Nestled in the quiet neighborhood of Pasir Panjang Road, Uncle Ho’s Tuckshop serves a hearty selection of Vietnamese cuisine. Pho, fresh spring rolls, crusty banh mi, and conventional dishes are on menu, but it’s bun cha that is popular. Customers note their use of authentic Vietnamese cooking methods, fresh ingredients.
Services: Beef Pho, spring rolls, banh mi, bun cha, lemongrass drink
Pricing$8.50 to $9.90 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/unclehostuckshop/
Address100, 01-04 Pasir Panjang Rd, Old Behn Meyer Building, 118518

Telephone

9624 5761

Operating Hours

11 am to 8.30 pm

Client

Clo,Hax Mays,Mongolian Horse, Claire Ong, Dave Chiu

Review 1

Clo
Local Guide ・87 reviews

a year ago
Fresh Vietnam food at a reasonable price. Crunch & freshness bursting with every mouth. Portion is not large so if you are sharing, order a few more!

High ceiling makes dining a comfortable experience too.

Try their house specials, which are rarely found outside. Hanoi Bun Cha, Hand shredded banana flower salad with chicken & Signature House blend Vietnam coffee.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

La Saigon

Specialty

La Saigon starts the first Vietnamese cafe in Singapore Alexandra Central Mall in 2018 to share the traditional Vietnamese cuisine and coffee. They believe in fresh and good food. Their coffee beans are imported directly from Vietnam. Their signature dish is beef pho. Their Vietnamese coffee is famed for freshness.
Services: Egg banh mi, spring rolls, Beef pho,Vietnamese coffee, lemongrass chicken
Pricing

$3 to $15.50 per dish

Website

https://lasaigon.com/
Address321 Alexandra Rd, #02-26, Singapore 159971

Telephone

6250 7120

Operating Hours

10 am to 9pm

Client

Lydia Chew, K C, Teo Jerah, Wan Xiang Lee, Cynthia Yeo

Review 1

Lydia Chew
4 reviews

2 weeks ago
Had one of my best vietnamese white coffee experiences here! Not too sweet, not too milky and with a strong coffee taste characteristic of Vietnamese coffee. Really nice place to chill with friendly owners who let us try their home made sourdough baguette with butter it was really good too! Would definitely come back to try their food (reasonably priced) and buy their coffee beans


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Thien Long

Specialty

Vietnamese Dry Beef Vermicelli ($6) comes in a red plastic bowl and is authentic Vietnamese. The bowl is filled with vermicelli, fresh lettuce, slices of stir-fried beef, roasted peanuts, fried shallots and strips of carrot, white radish and cucumber. Sauteed with onion, the slightly sweet and tender beef slices amaze.
Services: cahn bun, beef pho, spring rolls, bun bo hue, chicken pho
Pricing$6 per dish

Website

https://www.facebook.com/XiaoTao/
Address749 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389655

Telephone

8619 9997

Operating Hours

11 am to 5am

Clients

Jeff Lee

Widya Yuniarti

Jia En Seah

Priscilla Tan

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Review 1

Jeff Lee:
Jog past this restaurant (thien long) and saw a sizeable crowd at 8pm… decide to walk in and eat something healthy #phởgà beef noodle soup. I like that the dish is simple with much bean sprout and vegetable. Decent portion of noodle and light soup taste. Value: $7


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

An La Ghien

Specialty

Ăn Là Ghiền is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant dedicated to bringing Vietnamese delicacies to Singapore. They provide a wide variety of authentic Vietnamese cuisine as well as ample choices of raw food items for BBQ and Hotpot. Different cuts of meat that are charcoal-grilled are provided for hotpot or BBQ.
Services: Charcoal grill, hotpot, porridge, salad, spring roll

Pricing$5.90 to $44.90 per dish

Website

https://www.anlaghien.sg/
Address45 Lor 27 Geylang, Singapore 388177

Telephone

6951 0293

Operating Hours

8am to 10pm

Client

Wayne Koh, Hsin Ching Teo,Khoa Ngyuen,Li, khoo ky

Review 1

Hsin Ching Teo:
Hot Vietnamese coffee with milk comes in a tiny shot but it’s sweet, thick and packs a punch, just like it should. Objectively the best I’ve had in SG. Yes, it seems very little for $2.50, but compared to other places where you can pay $3.50, $4 for a bit more coffee that is weaker and more dilute, I consider this reasonable by comparison. Will definitely be back to try the food which looked good.

The service was also attentive and polite.

Try to sit inside as there are some inconsiderate smokers who will stand on the walkway beside the outside tables and smoke, only moving a few steps further away when asked to move. Doesn’t do anything, wind still blows smoke your way. And since they’re not wearing a mask, standing over you and are breathing out in the air above you… not very safe either. A pity for the restaurant, since there is already a no smoking sign put up.


Vietnamese Food Restaurant

Ăn Là Ghiền – Lẩu Nướng Tự Chọn – Vietnamese Barbeque & Hotpot

Specialty

Ăn Là Ghiền (ahn-la-gi-hn) is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant dedicated to bringing Vietnamese delicacies to Singapore. Ăn Là Ghiền has a wide variety of authentic Vietnamese selection as well as ample choices of food items for BBQ and Hotpot.

Services:

  • Hot Pot
  • Charcoal BBQ
  • Pho
  • Shells
  • Vietnamese delicacies
PricingClick here for the Menu and the Prices

Website

https://www.anlaghien.sg
Address45 Geylang Lorong 27, Singapore 388177

Telephone

(65) 6951 0293

Operating Hours

Monday – Sunday 8AM to 11 PM

Review 1

Joycelyn Eng:
The service and the food quality really good. And the staff really friendly. I will ask friends come support. More importantly the price is reasonable.


 

Trends in Vietnamese Food Restaurants in Singapore

Most Singaporean recognize Pho as a Vietnamese dish. Popular Pho joints include Pasar Bella at Suntec City, Nam Nam noodle bar at Wheelock Place, Pho Street at Westgate Mall, Jurong East, Mrs Pho Vietnamese at Rangoon Road, Pho Street at Bedok Mall.

Co Hai Banh Mi at Beach Road is known for its bánh mì, but its beef pho is delicious too.

Sample Costs of Vietnamese Food in Singapore

Pho Noodles at popular Vietnamese joint So Pho is $11.56 per bowl, and can go up to $19.80 with extra beef, Banh Mi at So Pho costs $7.49, spring rolls are $4.28 to $5.35 varying with ingredients.

Pho beef noodles is $10.90 at Paper Rice Vietnamese kitchen, Changi Point and summer salad roll is $5.90 per serving. The Sampan’s (Boat Quay) version Pork and Chicken Choi Bao ($3.50/pc) is priced higher than average because of fine dining preparation.

Blue Swimmer Crab and Pomelo Salad ($14) is perfect Vietnamese salad. Mini Banh Mi ($12) is small in size but tasty, delectable. Crispy Chili Beef with Green Mango Salad and Crispy Noodles $18 is distinctly Vietnamese in favor too.

Thien Long at Geylang serves very hearty, piping hot beef pho at a decent $6 a bowl with generous helpings of beef slices, vegetables, seasoning, noodles and rich brothy beef soup.

Benefits of Vietnamese Food Restaurants in Singapore

Fine dining restaurants aside, Vietnamese food is highly affordable, accessible in Singapore.

Co Chung, a new Vietnamese joint at Plaza Singapura, has all Vietnamese dishes priced below $10, Pho beef soup is $8.90, bun bo hue, beef spicy noodle soup is $8.90, banh mi is $8.90, goi cuon, spring rolls is $2.90.

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Bahn nam Vietnamese flat dumpling is $6.90 for 3. Pho beef at Pho street, Centrepoint is $9.90, Vermicelli with beef is $9.90, bahn mi is $6.50 at Pho street, Vietnamese summer rolls are $4.90 per serving.

Pho street has outlets in Bedok Mall, Changi Airport, Chinatown Point, Compass One, Galaxis, Gardens by the Bay, Centrepoint, Westgate, Keat Hong Community Club, Woods Square, bringing popular Vietnamese fare at affordable prices to almost all parts of Singapore.


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FAQs

What is Pho?

Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup, usually served with beef (phở bò) or chicken (phở gà).

What are the popular Vietnamese Dish?

1. Pho
2. Cao Lau noodles
3. Bun Cha
4. Bánh mì
5. White Rose dumplings
6. Egg Coffee
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Author Bio

Tom Koh is widely recognised as a leading SEO consultant in Asia who has worked to transform the online visibility of the leading organisations such as SingTel, Capitaland, Maybank, P&G, WWF, etc. Recently he was instrumental in consulting for a New York-based US$30B fund in an US$4Bn acquisition. Tom is a Computational Science graduate of the National University of Singapore. In his free time he performs pro-bono community work and traveling.
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